… A few weeks ago, Tiffany asked me to write an article on brotherhood. At first I thought it would be extremely easy, I mean how hard does it sound right? But then as the days went on I began to think a lot about this topic and found it very difficult. I thought to myself, what truly is brotherhood? Brotherhood, the way I see it, is having a group of friends who always have your back. You’ll always know tons of people. People you meet at school, work, concerts, people you meet through other friends, but that one group of people you are closest too remains with you through thick and thin. For me, my group consists of males and females.
When something bad happens to me I can count on them to be there for me. I can count on them to support me in any decisions I make, whether they agree or disagree with them because as long as I am happy, they are happy. I can count on them to take my mind off of any stressful situation just by hanging out with them for a few minutes. I can count on them to always be there for me if I need someone to talk to no matter how early or how late it is. Even though the term is brotherhood, I see my female friends as equally important and close to me as my male friends are. I have met a lot of people throughout my life, but for years I can’t seem to shake away this wild and crazy group of people I call my brothers and sisters. We’ve all gotten into arguments with each other, laughed together, handled stressful situations together, partied together, and years later we’ve only grown closer to each other.
==> When you can turn to a person and seriously consider them your brother or sister, you know they hold a special place in your heart. For those who read this article and decide to add me on facebook you will notice that my middle name is Dyho. A lot of people ask “what is Dyho?” or “what does it stand for?”. Dyho stands for Dance Your Heart Out. It is a crew that was formed by one of my friend’s in my group named David. Dyho represents the love, trust, and friendship of me and everyone that I call my brother and sister. While our form of dancing(moshing) is not really recognized as a form of dance to many people, we’ve taken this group and label ourselves with Dyho to show that we are one group. When we go to concerts or we hang out we are one group, we are all apart of Dyho and we are all there for each other through good times and bad.
Whether you have only one best friend or you have a group of close friends like I do, everyone always needs someone they can trust with anything and can count on to be there for them. Besides our family members, they are the most important people in our lives and having someone will make life a lot easier to go through.
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